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Are teachers' blogs and their private lives any of our business?


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longwoodmom1 August 14, 2012

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YES,their business becomes ours when they decide to publicly post their personal business online! They talk about other students, their grades,& behavior all while having their Liquid lunches & driving drunk while texting on the way back to our kids!


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afcoiii August 13, 2012

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All should be prehires should be required to be drug tested and schools should have random drug tests.


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jaden6 August 12, 2012

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yes, just as many public jobs are. Should they be out drinking at bars and teach in a classroom 5 hours later? NO! Should there breaks be spent smoking be their car?NO Should their behavior be any less than what they are asking of our kids?NO.


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Raysfan68 August 11, 2012

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I used to think no, however, I have began to understand and see things I never thought I'd see as a parent. I also think there should be psychological screening prior to teachers being hired.


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Raysfan68 August 11, 2012

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I used to think no, however, I have began to understand and see things I never thought I'd see as a parent. I also think there should be psychological screening prior to teachers being hired.


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Iamindian June 7, 2012

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NO,They should have the right to have fun and have a life !


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gabes_mom May 28, 2012

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Part of a teacher's job is to present a professional face to the public. I think it's fine for teachers to have a facebook page or a blog, but if they allow students and parents access to it they had better keep it appropriate to avoid trouble.


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princesahn May 26, 2012

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Teachers are models to their pupils during the learning process respect and limits are important and a good teacher is aware of that, their private life should stay as such and should never be used to influence students in their desicions...


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beautymcdonald May 6, 2012

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No unless they are like a drug addict


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paststudent95 April 23, 2012

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i know we are in 2012 but i dont think teachers should have a face book. the social sites just create a recipe for problems. and as long the teacher is being professional who cares about there private lifes.




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